gaseous mercury measuring News

  • Mercury Rising – Enviro Technology and mercury monitoring

    The first global treaty on mercury has put the metal firmly on the emissions monitoring agenda in 2013.  The Minamata Convention – which binds governments in over 140 countries to actively prevent mercury emissions and releases – was signed in January 2013. Mercury has long since been recognised as a chemical of global concern due to both its ability to travel long distances in ...

  • EN 15267 Approved Mercury Monitoring System

    The measurement of total gaseous mercury is a challenge due to chemical reactions and contamination. The installed systems will often require a lot of maintenance, still not giving reliable results. The OPSIS System 400 is different and provides the plants with an accurate mercury analyser, that will operate with a minimum of maintenance. The simple design gives high performance with fast ...


    By Opsis AB

  • Mercury in the Petrochemical Industry – Applications for Control and Certification, utilising the power of Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry

    P S Analytical stands at the forefront of technological developments for industries relating to the measurement of mercury.  Recent inroads into instrumentation and applications have secured our position as the manufacturer of choice for the determination of mercury in petrochemical products for gaseous, liquid or solid matrices.  The award of the ISO 9001:2000 standard and ATEX ...


    By P S Analytical Limited

  • Gasmet invites CEM 2016 visitors to measure almost anything

    As a world leader in FTIR technology, Gasmet’s booth (No. 33) at CEM 2016 in Lisbon, 18-20th May, will focus on both portable and continuous extractive FTIR gas analyzers, and the Gasmet CVAF Continuous Mercury Monitor (CMM). “With these technologies, our customers are able to measure almost any gaseous compound in industrial emissions,” says Gasmet’s Antti Heikkilä. ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • ASTM D4691 - 11 standard practice for measuring elements in water by flame atomic absorption spectrophotometry

    Elemental constituents in water and wastewater need to be identified to support effective water quality monitoring and  control programs. Currently, one of the most widely used and practical means for measuring concentrations of elements is by  atomic absorption spectrophotometry. The major advantage of atomic absorption over atomic emission is the almost total lack of spectral ...


    By ASTM International

  • CEM 2018 Conference programme unveiled

    The Conference programme for CEM 2018 has been announced, with 51 speakers from 11 countries providing an opportunity for delegates to learn about the latest developments in emissions monitoring. Coming from academia, energy providers, regulators, process operators and commercial companies, the speakers will provide a broad range of perspectives across the most topical issues. Registration is ...

  • PEFTEC 2017 announces programme of conferences

    The organisers of PEFTEC 2017 (Antwerp, 29-30th November) have published the Conference themes for this year’s event and announced that registration is now open via www.peftec.com.  PEFTEC is a specialist event focused on the testing, analysis and monitoring of downstream oil ...

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